You're really in my bailiwick, because in my spare time, I love to have good information. To me, good information comes from a good case management system.
We've been using a case management system that Justice Canada developed for itself years ago. It's called iCase. Because iCase is very much at the end of its life, we've started a project to replace it with something that is—I'm sure we'll give it a spiffier name at some point—a legal case management system. We're basically trying to make sure that we're able to pull useful information about our cases when we need it, and we want a system that is somewhat more intuitive for prosecutors to use.
It will not add efficiency outside of the PPSC, but certainly within the PPSC, and for me as a manager, it will be much easier to give you that just-in-time kind of information about how many marijuana possession cases we have, the ultimate disposition of them, and how long they took to get from the date of charge to the date of disposal. Right now, while we can get that information, it's quite painstaking. Each time, we're writing scripts to get the information out of the system. We're trying to build a system that will allow us to have regular reports on what I would call business intelligence information that's useful for us.